Marc Efron joined the Committee in 2015 as a volunteer Senior Counsel, after retiring from Crowell & Moring LLP, where he was a founding partner and had practiced for almost 45 years. At Crowell, Mr. Efron specialized in representing government contractors in a wide range of matters, running from counseling to administrative proceedings to civil and criminal fraud investigations. He also held firm leadership positions, including serving for many years as co-chair of Crowell’s Public Service Committee.

During his tenure at Crowell, Mr. Efron was active in pro bono and community service, including co-counseling with the Committee on litigations and serving on the Boards of DC Appleseed, the Appleseed Network, the Washington Council of Lawyers (where he was the organization’s first President in 1971), and Georgetown Day School (President 2000-2002). He has received awards for his service, including the Committee’s Rod Boggs Award for his “sustained commitment to the…Committee, its clients, and its values,” and the Crowell & Moring George Baily Hero Award for his “years of leadership, service and dedication to the …[firm’s] Public Service Program and our community.”

At the Committee, Mr. Efron’s role is to provide senior guidance on both prospective and existing matters, and to work with junior lawyers on developing their lawyering skills.


  • JD Harvard Law School
  • BA Dartmouth College

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  • District of Columbia

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